Recent Trends in Power Engineering
Collection of selected, peer reviewed papers from the 2015 9th International Power Engineering and Optimization Conference (PEOCO2015), March 18-19, 2015, Melaka, Malaysia.
The 141 papers are grouped as follows:
Chapter 1: Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Power Engineering;
Chapter 2: Electrical Drives and Power Electronics;
Chapter 3: Electrical Machines and Apparatus;
Chapter 4: Quality and Reliability of Power, Protection and Electromagnetic Compatibility in Power Systems;
Chapter 5: Planning, Operation and Economics of Power Systems;
Chapter 6: Energy Policy and Engineering Management of Renewable Energy Systems;
Chapter 7: Applied Decisions in Energy and Power Research
Keyword: Computer and AI Applications in Power Engineering; Current Engineering Issues and Industrial Experience; Electrical Drives & Amp; Power Electronics; Electrical Machines Design; Energy, Power Sources and Storage; Power Quality, Protection and Electromagnetic Compatibility; Power System Dynamic, Stability and Control; Power System Planning, Operation and Economics; Renewable Energy, Energy Efficiency and Energy Policy; Power System Transmission & Distribution
Review from Ringgold Inc., ProtoView: About 130 papers consider applications of artificial intelligence in power engineering; electrical drives and power electronics; electrical machines and apparatus; the quality and reliability of power, protection, and electromagnetic compatibility in power systems; planning, operation, and economics of power systems; energy policy and engineering management of renewable energy systems; and applied decisions in energy and power research. Specific topics include one-hour-ahead load forecasting based on wavelet neural networks, a single-phase single-stage string inverter for a grid-connected photovoltaic system, reducing the viscosity of palm oil with ultrasonic radiation, passing-cloud effects of solar photovoltaic system on distribution network voltages, and assessing wind energy potential at three different locations in Malaysia.
— Energy engineering
— Engineering -- Electronics